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Posted: 21 Dec 2005 11:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Aug 2006 10:57AM GMT
Surnames: Hon/Horn/Hahn Santee, DeAtley, Shoe, possibly MCClanahan
Searching for my gr grandmother. I have her only in one census, 1900, with my grandfather and six other sons. (These are Hawse children) One is even younger than my grandfather, so I'm not sure of his father.My gr grandfather was Andrew Bird Newman, 1847, Va. & his son, my grandfather was Clarence Edward Newman, born 1897 so Ohio, Adams Co., Maggie states her DOB as Jan 1863 Oh Oh Oh., but Grandpa said she didn't speak English, read or write, so I'm not completely sold on her statistics. This is NOT my Maggie, on these rolls, she is to young, but may have been an ancestor of theirs.
There is a Rachel Santee, in Missouri, I believe her husband was Ruben Hon, and a Moses Hon, born in Montgomery Co Ky living in Missouri. Rachel has a sister living with her, Margaret DeAtley, and a sister in law named Shoe,( first name is )Leathering.
I know some of the Hons were Native American.
There is a

Rachel Horn, 27,
#3390 Dawes,
#1237Miller#, 1/2 Blood
and with a Miller application #23326

with daughter(?STEP?) Maggie Horn,
Dawes#8417 age17,
Miller #8126,
and Miller application # 25079 3/4 Blood

and son Ben A Horn, 3, 1/4 blood

All in the final DAWES Plus Rolls of the Cherokee Nation 1898.

In Cherokee the "R" is pronounced as an "A". This could be the reason the name is pronounced Hon/Horn/Hahn

Anyone with any info on this line may reach me at the following, or
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Clayjuanice 22 Dec 2005 6:01AM GMT 
Clayjuanice 22 Jan 2006 8:17PM GMT 
NewmanJohnson 26 Jun 2007 5:24PM GMT 
Claywalela11 6 Feb 2006 6:39AM GMT 
NewmanJohnson 6 Feb 2007 7:27AM GMT 
NewmanJohnson 19 Jun 2007 4:47AM GMT 
vic41997 14 Sep 2008 2:20AM GMT 
NewmanJohnson 16 Sep 2008 6:13AM GMT 
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